Creedence Clearwater Revival Albums Ranked From Worst To Best

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Short But Exciting Career


The amazing thing about Creedence Clearwater Revival is that they managed to release so much music despite having a short span of time — and most of them are definitely classic!

Given their short career, they were still considered as one of the most important bands in the history of rock music.

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Let’s begin the ranking from their worst to the best album.

 

7. ‘Mardi Gras’ (1972)

During the making of this album, they were having issues in their inner circle, and it only went down as a trio when they recorded this album.

 

6. ‘Creedence Clearwater Revival’ (1968)

The debut didn’t manage to do well, but hence it introduced us the Creedence Clearwater Revi.

 

5. ‘Pendulum’ (1970)

The sixth LP of the band was a tribute to John Fogerty’s Stax Records heroes.

 

4. ‘Bayou Country’ (1969)

Creedence’s second album and it was a hell of a year for them. The debut was unsuccessful, but they moved on and had given as Bayou Country

 

3. ‘Willy and the Poor Boys’ (1969)

The fourth album had a lot of strong tracks, and they were showcasing their real talents here.

 

2. ‘Cosmo’s Factory’ (1970)

They were in serious business when they release this album, despite their relationships within were becoming strained.

 

1. ‘Green River’ (1969)

Every song in this album are the total Creedence Clearwater Revival classics!

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